By Dib's on July 10, 2002
Photo by Cooksci
Photo by Cooksci
"This recipe is posted by request. I found it on the net with no name attached. Looks darn good!"
Serving Size: 1 (215 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"Easy to make breakfast casserole! The tops of the sausages browned nicely, however the bottom of the sausages looked raw (even though they were cooked through). Next time, I will definitely brown my sausages before adding them to the casserole. Greasing the dish is a MUST...I forgot to do this and the casserole stuck to the dish. Another MUST is the peach syrup...this was delicious on the casserole. "
"I'll definately make this again. I cut it in half and baked in a 9 inch round pan with no troubles. Used Morning Star Farms vegetarian breakfast sausage patties. The syrup really makes it great! And it's so quick to throw together, When it said "prepare pancake mix with the milk" I wasn't sure if I should "prepare" it as per package instructions (which added eggs) or not. I didn't add them and I'm pretty sure that's right since it came out fine...just thought I'd mention it incase anyone else is confused. This is one I'm looking forward to serving company!"
"Easy and good recipe. I baked it all at once instead of the staged baking."
"This recipe seemed so different that I had to try it. My children and I loved it. We used soy meat since were vegan and with the peaches we didn't even need the syrup!"
"We tried this recipe for a church breakfast over the holidays and it was one of the first breakfast casseroles to be finished. We browned the sausages first for a couple of minutes and then cut them into bite sized pieces. We also cut the peaches into bite sized pieces. The kids were ooed and aaaed by the peaches in this casserole as opposed to the traditional ham breakfast casseroles. This also warmed up well the next day when we made a batch just for our family."
"tried it once and will add it to my favorites"